As a long time textile enthusiast/ fiber artist, now in my seventh decade, I am hoping to make fiber a daily part of my life. To keep myself on track this blog will have photos and project notes while articulating the place fiber has in my life. Currently I am evolving from my career in healthcare to half time time work as a fiber artist. I am hoping to move from sporadic volunteer gigs teaching weaving or spinning to kids, to more regular students. This blog will hopefully help me stay on track and will serve as the story of my evolution.
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